Charlotte Brown

Charlotte Brown

Paramedic Lecturer in clinical skills and simulation

Department of Social Work and Paramedic Science

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Charlotte started her career in healthcare following the completion of a BSc (Hons) in Adult nursing. Whilst working in a surgical setting she was able to develop her skills and knowledge before specialising in neonatal intensive care. Charlotte joined South Western Ambulance Service after working in neonatal intensive care to enhance her expertise in emergency medicine.

Whilst employed by the trust Charlotte obtained her DipHE in Paramedic Science allowing her to continue her career as a registered paramedic. In 2022 she joined the Department of Paramedic Science and Social work as a member of the clinical skills and simulated learning team. Charlotte is excited to bring her expert knowledge as a paramedic to help educate and inspire the future generation of paramedics.


  • Bsc (Hons) Adult Nursing
  • DipHE Paramedic Science 

Teaching Interests

  • Clinical Skills and Simulated Learning 

Research Interests

  • The development of high emotional load simulated learning within the classroom environment.
  • End of life management for patients in the community setting.

Professional Bodies

  • Registered Paramedic with the HCPC